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Old 11-06-2013, 09:45 PM   #61
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The short barrel might really mitigate the actual benefits of going from 9mm to 357sig in that case. Not sure, but quite likely in my opinion. If I'm carrying a 357sig, it'll probably be a Sig P239sas.

Just my take-- there are a lot of folks out there (speaking in terms of carry/HD) who chase the biggest blast without considering all the variables. I believe 9mm (ballistics, handling, capacity, frame size, repeatable on-target shots, etc) is the ideal caliber for a whole lot of people. I'm not saying it's some magic bullet, but it's just a really versatile 'vanilla' option. Arguably it's ideal for me as well. Yet my carry/HD pistols are 45acp...LOL.
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The short barrel might really mitigate the actual benefits of going from 9mm to 357sig in that case. Not sure, but quite likely in my opinion. If I'm carrying a 357sig, it'll probably be a Sig P239sas. Just my take-- there are a lot of folks out there (speaking in terms of carry/HD) who chase the biggest blast without considering all the variables. I believe 9mm (ballistics, handling, capacity, frame size, repeatable on-target shots, etc) is the ideal caliber for a whole lot of people. I'm not saying it's some magic bullet, but it's just a really versatile 'vanilla' option. Arguably it's ideal for me as well. Yet my carry/HD pistols are 45acp...LOL.
I rotated what I carried till I got the M&P subcompact. My XD-9 subcompact is a 9mm. I totally agree with you here, but I prefer a 45, I just can't find a everyday carry holster I like well enough to change right now.
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I would like more info in the leg injury.
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I really like the 357 SIG and 1911 platform. I would be in the market for one that is fairly priced
Sig is coming out with a 1911 in .357 Sig for 2014. Also a P938 in 22lr and a P290 in .380.
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My M&P .357 is basically a .40 anymore---no 357 to be had--40 is everywhere-----drop in factory barrel conversion is easy as can be
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